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Honda Accord, Audio, Sedan
#160 of 561 Re: Bluetooth Kit? [mi2kshop]
Feb 14, 2007 (8:28 pm)
See the video. You will need a very fast internet connection for the video to play properly.
It looks clunky and bleeding edge now, but I think Bluetooth A2DP is the future and will obsolete wired AUX input jacks for portable MP3 players in a few years down the road if car manufacturers integrate it into the car at the factory so you don't have to tack it on after the car is built.
Expect it as standard equipment in the 2013 Honda Accord.
#162 of 561 Re: Okay, I'm hooked on XM... [kcrossley]
Feb 15, 2007 (2:36 pm)
Do they still offer last minute $4.95 deal?
#163 of 561 Re: 2007 Honda Accord VP [roxon]
Feb 21, 2007 (3:42 pm)
That's the pair I am unsure of. I see the two grills on the front dash, but I was told that the unit only supports 4 channel. I couldn't pull up a spec sheet anywhere, but it would seem strange as the LX/EX units - which is identical in RMS, would support 6 channels.
Can anyone shed a light on this?
#164 of 561 Re: 2007 Honda Accord VP [riku]
Feb 21, 2007 (8:24 pm)
I doubt there are 6 real channels on the LX or EX and you don't need 6 distinct channels anyway. You can install tweeters (and a crossover or a simple bass blocker if needed) for the same effect.
#165 of 561 Re: Bluetooth Kit? [mi2kshop]
Feb 21, 2007 (9:32 pm)
any parrot kit will work
i use the ck3200 and like it
easy to upgrade the software and easy to pair with phone
will not affect aux input
if you have nav unit aux input may be an issue as i am trying to find one that works
i have used the usaspec on non nav units and the only issue was the volume seemed low for the ipod
have not found one for the nav unit in the 2007 model year
#166 of 561 Re: Adding an iPod adapter to an Accord w/Nav? [kcrossley]
Feb 21, 2007 (9:45 pm)
not sure if the usaspec will work
the one i tried would not
unless it has a t harness as the aux in plug is occupied with the nav. there is a male molex plug in the harness but i assume it is for cd changer
#167 of 561 REMOVING FACTORY CAR SPEAKERS
Feb 23, 2007 (1:58 am)
This is my first time. I'm trying to replace the Factory speakers. I got the door panels removed, but the speakers aren't screwed on to the Door. It seems to me that they are either glued on or snapped on. How could I remove the factory speakers? Should I just force off the factory mounting?(I tried but bent the factory mounting and stopped) HELP me with some simple steps.
Rafael R. III
#168 of 561 Re: REMOVING FACTORY CAR SPEAKERS [lacocacolaman]
Feb 23, 2007 (4:02 pm)
Someone here will know more than I do but I believe the door speakers have clips. I know because one of mine broke and they had to replace the whole speaker.
#169 of 561 Re: REMOVING FACTORY CAR SPEAKERS [lacocacolaman]
Feb 23, 2007 (9:26 pm)
Here's the page out of the service manual 03-05 years. I'm sure the 07 is the same.